On a cool November day, a team of 25 willing helpers completed the full makeover in 6 hours – giving James a more sustainable, permaculture-based garden he can enjoy for years to come.
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
Hannah from Good Life Permaculture showed Australia on Gardening Australia what a permablitz is all about, and we reckon she smashed it!
Over the last week or so, we’ve been nervously looking at our neighbours in the north and west as swathes of the country burns. Given how early and intense these fires have been, it’s...
Did you know that a third of public green space in Melbourne are nature strips?
Mallow can be found almost anywhere in Melbourne, and is a highly nutritious edible weed. Get into it!
On a crisp Sunday morning, over 40 guests descend upon Jessica’s place in the Dandenongs with permablitzing on their minds!
Walking past this Fairfield home you could be mistaken for thinking the house must be older than it looks, with such beautiful established gardens. However only two years ago this was all bare soil.
Tina converted her typical suburban backyard lawn into a vegetable garden by hand. When she wanted to do more, Permablitz Melbourne helped her find a permaculture designer, Terry Roberts, to create an urban food forest wonderland.
Right now, if we were to follow the seasonal cycles of the Gariwerd people, we would find ourselves in the middle of Petyan, which is the season of wildlife and wildflowers. It’s when the days are warmer, although the weather can be tempestuous, and the bush bursts into life.
Azolla Pinnata, Red Azolla, Water Fern, Duckweed or whatever you want to call it is a fern-like native that has been eaten by Aborigines of Australia for millenia, and is only now finding popularity...
Spring is here! We’re seeing blossoms on all of our stonefruit, and look forward to our apple trees following suit – and the bees are loving it! This month, we’re sharing a recent video...
Simon is a beekeeper based on the Mornington Peninsula, who has made it his mission to educate people about the plight of bees in our environment, both indigenous and introduced.